[clug] July Programming SIG: the fourteen principles for newprogrammers [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Roppola, Antti - BRS Antti.Roppola at brs.gov.au
Thu Jul 17 00:51:45 GMT 2008

I found this amusing in an offensivley truthful kind of way:


} III. Code Light, Not "Right"
} A traditional methodology calls a complex framework with layer after
} layer of objects. In those ways, adding a simple value to a form can
} be a monumental task, requiring it to be added to every single layer.
} Does that sound right? Proponents of the other methodologies will tell
} you it is, but what about your customer? With FAD, you just Do What It
} Takes to add the functionality to your interface. No more.



Paul Wayper wrote:

> OTOH, we've all seen what happens when people hard wire configuration
into programs,
> or hard wire which configuration file it reads, and so forth. 

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